EAST MONTPELIER - A new museum has opened in East Montpelier dedicated to the Abenaki Indian culture and heritage.
Its owner Todd Hebert said the museum will teach visitors about the Abenaki people through display and classrooms. There will be genealogy workshops, drumming circles, arts and crafts classes, and more.
Inside the museum is a gift shop of Native American items. The museum also hopes Native American artists will bring their art here to sell on consignment.
Anyone interested in teaching a class or selling their items can contact Todd Hebert at 802-224-1055. www.maplesugarhouse.net.
The Sugarhouse Indian Museum
4423 US Route 2
East Montpelier VT 05651
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